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Reframed Digital Campaign a Big Success for Illinois Partners

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Reframed Digital Campaign a Big Success for Illinois Partners

Our long-time National Reframing Initiative partner, Illinois Partners for Human Service, recently launched “Our Shared Human Story” (OSHS), a digital marketing campaign aimed at promoting the value of human services as well as raising awareness of Illinois Partners, a statewide coalition of over 800 human service organizations. Illinois Partners worked diligently to integrate the FrameWorks […]

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New Series Highlights Reframing Partners

We’re beginning a new series featuring leaders in the human service field who are pioneers implementing the Building Well-Being Narrative in their communities. New York City Reframes This week, we talked to Allison Sesso, Executive Director, New York’s Human Services Council (HSC)—The voice of the human services community. HSC has been an early adopter and […]

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Getting Started with the Building Well-Being Narrative

As promised in the January Resolve to Reframe newsletter, we’re offering practical strategies and manageable steps to guide organizations in embedding the Building Well-Being Narrative into communications and culture with the goal of improving the audience’s understanding of how human services meet community needs with effective solutions. Where Do We Start with Reframing? A good […]

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How to Tell Your Success Stories

As 2017 winds down, human service organizations join the broader nonprofit sector in making a final push for donations. Now is a good time to revisit a common year-end fundraising communications strategy, the story of the program participant. These stories often highlight individuals whose participation in a program helped them overcome personal challenges. But as […]

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Balancing Challenges with Solutions

Last week, the Annie E. Casey Foundation released “Race for Results“, a KIDS COUNT report that examines childhood outcomes across key indicators of economic, physical, emotional, and developmental well-being. The report found that children of color and immigrant children face particularly significant barriers to meeting key milestones for well-being. Those barriers, such as living in […]

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